Monday, March 22, 2021

bnst conditions


    Good News Cross Country Skiers

Want to experience a pleasant spring ski?

 Don't wait, get out and enjoy! The snow is going fast

Our base survived the meltdown and still offers a decent ski, but snow coverage is thinning. Most areas of our Western Trail Network have very good to good snow coverage. Trail surface set up hard last night. We are freshly grooming on our Western trail network with tiller, renovator and tenderizer today. Once groomed trails surface is a machine groomed loose granular in AM hours –wet granular after temp's rise. Skiers are very impressed with our spring skiing conditions. Sun is out, birds are chirping and the streams are flowing, a very pleasant spring adventure. Come enjoy the best trail conditions available on pristine uncrowded trails. Great day to pack a lunch and enjoy one of the picnic tables.

 Our trail network is open for Season Pass Holders (Bear Notch Believers). Plus, an additional 75-day pass holders (by reservation)

 Groomed and ready: Waterfall Trail (#2), Experimental Forest Trail (#19), East Albany Brook Trails (#5&#6), Lower Fields, trail #11&#13 and our Scenic and Simple Upper and Lower Saco River Trails (#16, #17 &#30) and Bartlett brook Trail #42. Yates Farm Trail Network (#31) firm in AM, will ski better after temps rise, fun spring skiing with a couple of bare spots.

Trails to Fields of Attitash (#50) very thin coverage, no grooming

  All transaction done by reservation only:

Day Passes -75 tickets per day- Call 603-374-2277 to reserve tickets.

X-C lessons- 9AM private- 10:30 &12:00 group lessons

Rental Skis and Snowshoes are available by reservation.

Let us a Bear Notch Believer out of you.



 We do take this virus very seriously, but believe with proper precautions, people can and should still enjoy outdoor sports safely. It is our goal to send you home with pleasant memories not the virus.

Due to concerns about the coronavirus. Unfortunately, we have closed all public indoor areas. We will no longer be serving soups or bread. Our warming station area and rental area are closed to public use.  Reservations are required for all transactions. We have several picnic tables spaced out for public use. We recommend bringing a lunch and enjoy some scenic open air dining. Though this is less than perfect it is better than nothing.

Check out Website for updates ( (RESERVATION AND MASKS REQUIRED).

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